British music group The Beatles announced that the song Now and Then, in which the voice of John Lennon, who died 43 years ago, is included through artificial intelligence, will be released next week.
According to the BBC, the song Now And Then, based on a 1970s demo recording by band member Lennon, was completed last year by the band's guitarist Paul McCartney, and the band's drummer Ringo Starr.
The band announced that Now And Thenwill be released on November 2.
The band members stated that it was an "extraordinary experience" to complete the song in which the voice of Lennon, who died in 1980, was included through artificial intelligence.
"It's exciting to still be working on The Beatles music in 2023 and getting ready to release a new song that the public hasn't heard,” McCartney said.
In addition, the remastered version of the band's album "Red and Blue" is scheduled to be released on November 10.
In 2022, Lennon's wife Yoko Ono sent McCartney a cassette tape containing a draft of "Now and Then", which was thought to be a possible "reunion song" when the band was preparing a career anthology in 1995.
The dialogue editor Emile de la Rey had created an AI command to identify the voices of The Beatles members and separate them from background sounds.